The End Of An Era May 3, 2019

Imagine being born knowing that one day you’d have to take on the responsibilities of being the symbolic leader of your country. That’s the destin

The World Will Rebuild Notre Dame April 19, 2019

One of the most iconic figures in Paris, France, is the Notre Dame cathedral. Built in the middle of the Seine river, the cathedral took 200 years to

It’s Time To Blossom! April 14, 2019

There may be a lot of crazy things happening in the world—what we like to call the good, bad, and interesting—so it’s always nice to take a mome

Go-ing For It! April 5, 2019

It’s a no-nonsense flat game board consisting of a 19×19 square grid and black and white pebble pieces. The object of the game? To take control

Man’s Best Friend Gets A New Home February 15, 2019

Here at Xyza, we love museums, but do you know what we love just as much? Dogs! That’s why when we heard that the American Kennel Club Museum of the

A Groundhog’s Prediction February 7, 2019

Have you ever heard of Groundhog Day? It’s not a holiday as widely known as Christmas or Thanksgiving, and you surely won’t find schools and busin

Tintin Turns Ninety January 25, 2019

If a funny little detective named Tintin lights up your bookshelf, here is some fun news for you! This month, Tintin turns ninety! (Well, actually, it

He Had A Dream … January 19, 2019

Every third Monday in January, the United States honors Martin Luther King, Jr., a minister, an activist, a leader during the civil rights movement, a

A Chain Reaction January 11, 2019

Why do people protest? Last year, teachers across the United States went on strike to protest low pay and poor classroom conditions. In Armenia, peopl

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